Sec 4.1-Focus

# Sec 4.1-Focus - Section 4.1 1 Focus Exercises Evaluate each using a rule of exponents a x0 = b 41 = c 4)0 = d 6)1 = e y1 = f 2 0 3 = g 5 1 6 = h 01

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Rules of Exponents page 4.1 - 19 Section 4.1 Focus Exercises 1. Evaluate each using a rule of exponents. a) x 0 = b) 4 1 =c ) ( - 4 ) 0 = d) (- 6) 1 = e) y 1 = f) 2 3 0 = g) 5 6 1 = h) 0 1 = 2. Write each product as one base with one exponent. You may expand and count the number of factors or use the product rule . x 2 · x 6 = b) v 5 · v 9 = c) y 3 · y = d) c · c 4 = e) p 5 · p 0 = f) k 0 · k 6 = g) w · w 0 = h) y 0 · y 0 = i) x 4 · x 10 = j) c 3 · c 3 = k) p 1 · p 1 = l) m 0 · q 4 = 3. Write each quotient as one base with one exponent. You may expand and count the number of factors or use the quotient rule . x 9 x 5 = b) w 6 w 3 = c) c 5 c 1 = d) p 3 p 0 = e) y 8 y = f) a 7 a 7 = g) m 12 m 6 = h) x 3 x 2 = i) x x = c 3 c 3 = k) y 10 y 2 = l) m 21 m 7 =

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Rules of Exponents page 4.1 - 20 4. Use the Distributive Properties for Exponents to rewrite each of these. Simplify if possible. a) ( k·h ) 4 = b) ( 3m ) 4 = c) ( - 3·p ) 2 = d) ( - 2x ) 3 = e) y x 5 = f) 5 h 0 = g)
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## This note was uploaded on 01/13/2012 for the course MATH 52 taught by Professor Janetfrewing during the Fall '10 term at Riverside Community College.

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Sec 4.1-Focus - Section 4.1 1 Focus Exercises Evaluate each using a rule of exponents a x0 = b 41 = c 4)0 = d 6)1 = e y1 = f 2 0 3 = g 5 1 6 = h 01

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